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Molecular Mechanisms of Limb Bud Formation

Nishimoto et al. reveal the regulatory network including retinoic acid (RA), b-catenin pathway, and Tbx genes controlling the early steps of limb formation. This study demonstrates the shared role of RA in forelimb and hindlimb and an evolutionarily conserved role of the b-catenin pathway in limb induction.

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Nishimoto S, Wilde SM, Wood S & Logan MP. (2015). RA Acts in a Coherent Feed-Forward Mechanism with Tbx5 to Control Limb Bud Induction and Initiation. Cell Rep , 12, 879-91. PMID: 26212321 DOI.


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